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    Default Fence Lintype Spacing...

    I have found a few versions of a chain link fence linetype that work great with one exception.....the spacing. Is there a way to accurately get the X in the chain link to space at 10'?

    Below is the linetype I found and am using....

    *FENCE, Fence ---- X ---- X ---- X ---- X ---- X ----
    A,.5,-.025,[TRACK1,ltypeshp,r=135,s=.08],0,[TRACK1,ltypeshp,r=45,s=.08],-.025,.5


    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Fence Lintype Spacing...

    What do you mean to "space at 10'"?

    Set your LTSCALE to 1.0, then the numbers in the LIN file are real-world. Adjust them as needed.
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    Default Re: Fence Lintype Spacing...

    We can get the linetype to be correct for ONE ltscale. Then you will need to do object overrides to make it correct for the other ltscales.

    What ltscale do you use most often?

    Terry

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